Catch the replay of our recent webinar: Collegiate Recovery Spotlight Series on The University of Alabama. This presentation was led by Hillary Groover is the Program Manager of the University of Alabama Collegiate Recovery Community.

 

More about the presentation & CRIS

Hillary is originally from Alpharetta, Georgia, she is a graduate of Kennesaw State University where she received her BS in Psychology and is currently pursuing a MA in Educational Psychology at the University of Alabama . During her time as a Kennesaw State Collegiate Recovery Community member, she served as a Peer Educator helping educate students about addiction, recovery, and other alcohol and drug related issues. She was also a recipient of the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery Distinguished Alumni Award following a successful thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in which she raised over $5,000 for her alma mater. She believes Collegiate Recovery is essential not only to recovering students’ educational success, but also serves as a fundamental piece of a student’s experience of the recovery process.
 
The University of Alabama’s Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services (CRIS) provides a comprehensive continuum of care for students with substance use concerns. Services range from prevention, awareness, and exploration of consequences for high risk behaviors to a supportive, safe, and engaging environment that supports students seeking or contemplating recovery.

 

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